New Delhi: With Amarinder Singh finally announcing that he will launch a party and ally with BJP, Congress is convinced that he is angling to wean away Hindu voters in urban constituencies to dent the party in the Punjab assembly elections in early 2022. The idea behind the Congress renegade’s plan, as articulated by him, is what the party always suspected when it alleged that ‘Captain’ as Punjab chief minister was in league with BJP and Akali Dal.
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